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17th RRI Dialogue on Forests, Governance, and Climate Change

18 June 2015 | Washington, DC, US


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On 18 June 2015, the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) will host its 17th Dialogue on Forests, Governance and Climate Change, in Washington, DC, US. Under the theme of “Forest Tenure, Restoration and Green Growth,” the Dialogue will gather national and international decision makers, experts and key representatives of indigenous peoples, local communities, governments and civil society organizations. Participants will discuss the growing global momentum behind forest restoration, particularly as part of countries’ green growth strategies, and the links to recognition of rights of indigenous peoples and local communities as key factors in the success of forest restoration initiatives.

The Dialogue aims to share lessons from local experiences on ways to strengthen the links between forest tenure, restoration and green growth, and to identify policy opportunities and distil key messages to inform upcoming relevant policy discussions.

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Funding for coverage of the 17th RRI Dialogue on Forests, Governance, and Climate Change has been provided by RRI
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